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The shift to remote instruction for Dare County Schools in North Carolina has gone more smoothly thanks to a few years of professional development in online education.
Providing distance learning and school nutrition to less-affluent families required education leaders to find creative solutions for uninterrupted support.
The agreement between NASEF and eFuse will provide scholarships, networking and educational content to help provide future pathways for K-12 students through esports.
Coronavirus has district leaders quickly devising ways to provide school meals, ed tech and remote learning as entire states begin to order schools to shut buildings for the rest of the 2019-2020 year.
As the coronavirus continues to spread, President and CEO Barbara Rembiesa of International Association of IT Asset Managers provides advice for K-12 leaders sending faculty and staff home with school and district equipment.
Providing training as soon as possible and setting up just-in-time support as teachers and students get up to speed are crucial strategies for success, says DA guest columnist John Englander.
A Q&A with Christine Fletcher, Virtual Learning Coach at Istation. Sponsored content by Istation.
Administrators shifting to distance learning should not expect to become overnight experts during the early stages of COVID-19 school closures.
Sharing up-to-date district news communitywide and ensuring that messages are clear, concise and consistent is key, says DA guest columnist Mark D. Benigni, superintendent of Meriden Public Schools in Connecticut.
NASEF launches free daily “Community Club” sessions for students while most schools are shut down because of the COVID-19 outbreak. Professional Development opportunities are also available for free to educators.
From Starting Up to Advanced Level and Emerging Trends, the newly launched event features more than 50 sessions for all levels of participants.
Ensuring students can still learn during coronavirus-related school closures has become as big a priority for many district leaders over the last several weeks as has disinfecting their buildings.